Now that I have your attention, let me get straight to the point.
At the beginning of March I recorded (or I thought I did) a chick skiing in a very tiny bikini. She was skiing in a terrain park, and about 5 cameras including mine were "rolling" behind her. When I arrived back home I could not find the freak... movie. Once in a while shot here in the US.
This brings me to the true topic I wanted to talk about: skiing and recording. When we ski solo and record using our cameras there are only certain angles we can show. Based on those angles I put together a movie based on my latest trip to Wyoming. I believe this is about 90% of the angles one can show when skiing solo:
The video above took 3 cameras and lots of time to put together. I've tried almost everything I could think of. I know I'm missing the angle from the front of the ski looking at the skier, but no matter what glue I tried everything comes off right at the beginning. For the future I'm thinking of screwing the mount right into the ski, unless someone has a better idea.
Are there any other ski recording tricks that I'm missing? Any other angles that I'm missing? I'm researching this, as I plan to do some interesting stuff on skis next season. I would like to record everything I'm about to do from cool angles.